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Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity?

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Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity? / Hussein, Shereen Ahmed.

In: RSA journal, Vol. CLXII, No. 5568, 03.2017, p. 30-33.

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Hussein, SA 2017, 'Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity?' RSA journal, vol. CLXII, no. 5568, pp. 30-33.

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Hussein, S. A. (2017). Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity? RSA journal, CLXII(5568), 30-33.

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Hussein SA. Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity? RSA journal. 2017 Mar;CLXII(5568):30-33.

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Hussein, Shereen Ahmed. / Social Skills: Could care work, which is increasingly complex and resistant to automation, be an economic opportunity?. In: RSA journal. 2017 ; Vol. CLXII, No. 5568. pp. 30-33.

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